Business Litigation

Business owners face many pressures, and litigation is an added aggravation, whether the business owner is in the role of the plaintiff bringing the lawsuit or in the role of the defendant, protecting him- or herself against claims made by others. There are many types of business disputes, including conflict over the purchase or sale of a business; over terms in vendor, insurance, or service contracts; or as a result of a disagreement with a landlord or tenant.

But many business owners do not foresee the potential for a lawsuit and fail to plan for it.

Seth Rosner knows the intricacies of business law and how to negotiate and advocate for his clients. He takes the time to understand both the dispute and his client’s business in order to get the best result. He gets his client’s business back up and running, reducing further risk and reaching closure.

Whether grievances are the result of a contract with another business owner, an insurance company, employee, or other third party, Seth can help negotiate a settlement that is fair to both sides. He strives to ensure that his clients obtain the benefit of agreements made with others, and to limit their risk and resulting damages when mistakes are made which cause injury or damage.

Prolonged business litigation can be costly, and Seth uses cost-effective strategies to resolve his clients’ disputes. He readies each case meticulously, bringing his litigation skills to the negotiating table to protect his clients’ financial security. This helps increase his clients’ recovery and reduces their exposure to future risk. If a trial becomes necessary, Seth will take the case to trial himself.

Seth represents business owners in all types of business-related litigation, including:

  • Unfair business practices
  • Breach of contract
  • Breakup of a business
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Accidents arising on the business premises
  • Construction accidents
  • Judgment enforcement
  • Obtaining injunctions and temporary restraining orders to stop another business or individual from taking action that might damage the business
  • Disputes with insurance companies or insurance brokers
  • Non-solicitation agreements
  • Breach of warranty
  • Mechanics liens

If you are involved in a business dispute or think you may have a claim against another company or individual, please contact Seth at (516) 240-8218 to schedule a consultation today.